|||||||||Jorge Otero-Pailos’ The Ethics of Dust: Trajan’s Column||Artist and writer James Bridle’s Five Eyes installation|The Guardian computer than once help Edward Snowden’s leaked data|Artist sand ecologist Natalie Jeremijenko’s Re-Public Air|A table designed by Muf that both allows visitors to get a proper view of the relief sculpture but also prevents them from getting ‘too close”||
17 May 2015

Review: All of This belongs to You at the V&A

Words by Miranda Fitzgerald

Category: Events

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